Kansas City Friday Crime Roundup

A great many links on the topic of alleged misdeeds and local wrongdoing. Here's a glimpse at suspects who didn't make the cut and law enforcement power plays after the jump . . .

Comprehensive Kansas City Manslaughter Guilty Plea Report
Local man pleads guilty to manslaughter in bicyclist's death
Kansas City Convict Confession

KC man guilty of kidnap and torture over stolen drug money | The Kansas City Star

A Kansas City man known as "Joker" pleaded guilty to kidnapping and torturing an Independence man over a bag full of stolen drug money. The defendant's father, known as "Peckerwood," had also pleaded guilty.

Gun Questions After Killing

FBI answers lead to more questions on how felon passed background check to buy gun

KANSAS CITY, Mo -- An FBI background check wasn't enough to stop a dangerous felon from buying a gun he used to shoot three Kansas City police officers. You saw it first on FOX4 Tuesday night, the breakdown that allowed Marlin Mack to buy the gun.

Local Weed Take Down
Platte County Sheriff's deputies find 204 pounds of marijuana after chase
Mexican Meth Town Hard Time

Independence husband sentenced to prison for deadly stabbing of his wife

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- An Independence man will spend life in prison with no chance of parole for the deadly stabbing of his wife. Vincente Roldan-Marron was charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the January 2017 stabbing of Yadira Gomez.

Doggie Cruelty Ring Busted

Possible dog-fighting operation raided in northeast Kansas

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation is investigating a possible dog-fighting operation after 45 dogs were removed from a property in rural northeast Kansas. The agency said Friday it worked with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to gather evidence and the dogs in Bendena, in Doniphan County.

Drunken Crackdown Starts Now

Kansas begins 18-day statewide crackdown on drunk drivers

Law enforcement agencies across Kansas are beginning a crackdown on drunk driving that will continue through Labor Day, Sept. 3. The annual campaign is called, "You drink. You drive. You LOSE." More than 150 agencies across the state are increasing the number of officers on the roads, to watch for signs of impaired driving.


  1. intent of law: what is the official protocol for coming upon someone who has parked their car, gone got drunk, then eventually returns to their car, turned the ignition just enuf to listen to the radio very loudly and be a loitering nuisance with their dog who knows also knows you are too drunk to drive.

  2. not sure if the general need to be arrested pertains or not.

  3. of course, particularly in MO where it is not illegal to have sex when in custody.

  4. The subjects of each of these cases should be executed in an effort to cleanse the gene pool.


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